Differential patterns of spontaneous experiential response to a hypnotic induction: a latent profile analysis.

@article{Terhune2010DifferentialPO,
  title={Differential patterns of spontaneous experiential response to a hypnotic induction: a latent profile analysis.},
  author={Devin Blair Terhune and Etzel Carde{\~n}a},
  journal={Consciousness and cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={1140-50}
}
A hypnotic induction produces different patterns of spontaneous experiences across individuals. The magnitude and characteristics of these responses covary moderately with hypnotic suggestibility, but also differ within levels of hypnotic suggestibility. This study sought to identify discrete phenomenological profiles in response to a hypnotic induction and assess whether experiential variability among highly suggestible individuals matches the phenomenological profiles predicted by… CONTINUE READING

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